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In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailFinal Trades: Lockheed Martin, TE Connectivity, U.S. 2 Year Treasuries and the XLUThe Investment Committee give you their top stocks to watch for the second half.
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Read previewA French aerospace company is trying to convince disgruntled American SpaceX employees to leave the US for Europe after billionaire Elon Musk announced he would relocate his rocket company from California to Texas. Stanislas Maximin, CEO of Latitude, jumped at the opportunity to poach any unhappy SpaceX employees suddenly staring down an interstate move. Maximin told CNBC that his LinkedIn post garnered some 200 messages and helped him increase his connections on the site by a third. "We have done it multiple times over," Maximin told CNBC of hiring foreigners. Musk has made the Lonestar State his home base in recent years, moving Tesla headquarters to Texas from California during the pandemic.
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Here are Wednesday's biggest calls on Wall Street: RBC upgrades Estee Lauder to outperform from sector perform RBC said it sees an attractive risk/reward. Morgan Stanley reiterates Tesla as overweight Morgan Stanley said it's standing by shares of Tesla following the release of disappointing earnings. Morgan Stanley initiates Biohaven as overweight Morgan Stanley said it sees "value creation" for the biotech company. Morgan Stanley downgrades General Motors to equal weight from overweight Morgan Stanley said it sees a more "balanced" risk/reward for shares of GM. " Cantor Fitzgerald downgrades Tesla to neutral from overweight Cantor downgraded Tesla following earnings on Tuesday.
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General Motors — The auto stock jumped 4.6% after General Motors easily topped second-quarter estimates. The aerospace company posted second-quarter earnings of $6.85 per share on revenues of $18.12 billion. NXP Semiconductors — Shares dropped 7% after NXP Semiconductors reported second-quarter earnings that missed estimates. Danaher — The life sciences stock jumped 6% after Danaher posted second-quarter earnings and revenue that exceeded expectations. Zions Bancorporation — Shares gained 3% after Zions Bancorp posted second-quarter earnings that exceeded expectations.
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High dividend yield stocks can boost investors' portfolio income — if they are willing to take some risk — and Wells Fargo Investment Institute has a list of its favorite picks. Further, a company that offers a high dividend yield may be more likely to cut the payment when times get tough. Chevron , a top pick in Wells Fargo's integrated oils coverage, made the high dividend yield list. Wells Fargo Investment Institute also highlighted PepsiCo in its high dividend yield screen. Other names on Wells Fargo's high dividend yield list include Medtronic , Lockheed Martin and Cisco Systems .
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United Parcel Service — The package delivery company plunged more than 12%, hitting a new 52-week low, after posting a miss on both top and bottom lines in the second quarter. Pentair beat expectations for the second quarter, posting earnings of $1.22 per share, excluding items, compared to the FactSet consensus estimate of $1.14 per share. NXP Semiconductors posted adjusted earnings of $3.20 per share, which was below the LSEG consensus estimate of $3.21 per share. Inter Parfums — The stock jumped more than 6% after the fragrance manufacturer posted record net sales for the second quarter. The regional bank earned $1.28 per share, above the consensus estimate of $1.10 a share from analysts polled by LSEG.
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Latitude, a French aerospace company based an hour outside Paris, is getting a surge of applications from American engineers after Elon Musk said he would relocate SpaceX headquarters from California to Texas. Those job seekers work at SpaceX, Blue Origin, Lockheed Martin, Tesla and other companies related to the aerospace industry, the spokesperson tells CNBC Make It. He says the message wasn't a takedown of Musk or SpaceX, which Maximin refers to as one of "the best engineering companies in the world." Rather, he says, "if you're not happy where you are, if you want different things, you can come to Europe, and we'll help you." "We have done it multiple times over," Maximin says, adding that his company has "the full support of French authorities" to make the relocation happen quickly.
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In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailLockheed Martin COO on the 2024 election, defense spending and F-35 delivery outlookCNBC’s Phil LeBeau and Lockheed Martin COO Frank St. John join 'Squawk Box' to discuss the 2024 election, state of defense spending, F-35 delivery timeline, impact of inflation, and more.
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But in general, this is the kind of development we've hoped to see ever since Starbucks' massive earnings miss April 30. We'll take the nearly 7% pop in shares Friday and hope it's only the beginning of recovery for the beaten-up stock. Fed's fave inflation measure : The personal spending and income report will be the most closely watched economic report next week. Earnings : As the second-quarter earnings season picks up pace, we'll hear from five Club holdings next week including Google parent Alphabet . Jim waits 45 minutes after sending a trade alert before buying or selling a stock in his charitable trust's portfolio.
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The consumer will be in focus next week as investors head into the thick of earnings season and await some major macroeconomic reports. So far, just 14% of S & P 500 companies have reported earnings results. As one strategist noted, Wall Street is about to get insight into the economy from more than half the broad market index. The thick of earnings Earnings season is off to a strong start. Credit card company Visa will be reporting next week after American Express' results this week suggested inflationary pressures have reached the higher-end consumer.
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Experts told Business Insider the Ukraine war has underscored how some elements of modern air combat are radically changing. And in fights like Desert Storm and the Iraq War, the West established air superiority by taking out its opponent's air defenses. The Russian air force can't meet Western air forces air to air in a major attack without being "shot to pieces," Bronk said. "Nobody really wants an air war with Russia," said John Baum, a Mitchell Institute expert and retired US Air Force lieutenant colonel. "It is not a highly desirable thing, I think, from either side, to want to have this air war."
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But the program has since moved to another station, and its legacy in San Diego is a faint, fond memory. AdvertisementWith such a rich history of aerial dynamism, it's no surprise that San Diego has become a major hub of this technology. Defense, AI, and a warming reception from VCsLong before AI became a household buzzword, Shield AI launched in San Diego. AdvertisementBut San Diego seemed to be a better fit with its access to open land and proximity to the ocean. That pipeline continues to feed into the San Diego tech ecosystem, feeding and driving the aerial innovation it has become known for over a century.
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A European rival to HIMARS takes shape
  + stars: | 2024-07-07 | by ( Michael Peck | )   time to read: +6 min
Europe is building a multiple rocket launcher that resembles America's HIMARS, the ground-fired weapon that took on the precision strike missions that Ukraine's battered air force couldn't. Many, such as France's LRU and Germany's MARS 2, are based on the U.S. M270, a tracked mobile rocket launcher, and its Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System rockets. One HIMARS launcher can carry six GMLRS rockets or one longer-range ATACMS ballistic missile. HIMARS rockets destroyed Russian ammunition depots and headquarters, disrupting logistics and command and control, and spurring Russian forces to move vital facilities deeper behind their lines. Collectively, such trends are prompting some militaries to consider possible alternatives to the US HIMARS system, though certainly that remains a major player in this competition for contracts."
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The U.S. chips industry is expected face a shortage of 67,000 technicians, computer scientists and engineers by 2030, while the broader U.S. economy is set to have a gap of 1.4 million such workers, according to a 2023 study from the Semiconductor Industry Association. A wafer sorter inside the GlobalFoundries semiconductor manufacturing facility in Malta, New York, on June 18, 2024. The company creates chips for everyday products from electronics and phones to autos, in addition to components for space and defense. The GlobalFoundries semiconductor manufacturing facility in Malta, New York, on June 18, 2024. Morgan Woods, 28, started out in Malta, New York, at GlobalFoundries' fab facility as a technician in 2021.
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These images of a Russian submarine were taken last week by 🇵🇹 P3 Maritime Patrol Aircraft while under #NATO in the #BalticSea. While it's unclear what Russian sub was documented in these photos, Russia recently conducted a submarine exercise in the Baltic Sea. The Russian nuclear-powered submarine Kazan, part of the Russian naval detachment visiting Cuba, arrives at Havana's harbor. Russian submarines are active far beyond the Baltic Sea and remain an important element of the Russian navy. For instance, the submarine Kazan was spotted in Cuba recently during a Russian navy flotilla visit and prior to exercises in the Caribbean.
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Read previewRussia's invasion of Ukraine has resulted in a surge in demand, orders, and manufacturing of Western weaponry, including decades-old equipment and even gear that had gone out of production. The result is more orders and manufacturing, even of Western equipment where production had stopped. Its maker, Lockheed Martin, is increasing production as well as its production of the antitank missile system. Russia has also ramped up its wartime production, which could aid it in the future and not just against Ukraine. One solution would have been countries ramping up their orders and production earlier in the war, Di Mizio said.
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download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Read previewOn January 20, 1974, a runway high-speed taxi test involving General Dynamics' YF-16 accidentally resulted in the first flight of the prototype aircraft that would become the world-famous F-16 Fighting Falcon, the most popular fighter jet. The F-16 has cemented its place in aviation history not only for dominating the military jet market, but also for revolutionizing the way military aircraft are designed. However, as the skies of the future become increasingly dominated by stealth aircraft, the F-16's battlefield role may change. Advertisement"As the threat environment changes, we'll likely see a shift in the way aircraft like the F-16 are leveraged in combat," Hollings said.
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Part of the military's mission at home is to keep stockpiles of goods like critical minerals on hand for emergency wartime use. In the dark on the stockpileAlthough the name suggests otherwise, rare earth minerals are not exactly rare — in fact, they're relatively plentiful. The Biden administration began cutting American imports of Chinese rare earth minerals a few years ago in an effort to decrease US reliance on China for critical minerals. Submarines, fighter aircraft, magnets used in missiles, radar systems, and drones all require critical earth minerals for manufacturing. AdvertisementA past report for Congress on rare earth minerals for national defense, for instance, noted that a single Virginia-class submarine requires 9,200 pounds of rare earth minerals, while an Arleigh Burke-class destroyer requires 5,200 pounds.
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CNBC's Investing in Space newsletter offers a view into the business of space exploration and privatization, delivered straight to your inbox. A great example of that from this week is United Launch Alliance's Cert-2 mission. Enter the National Security Space Launch (NSSL) program. Well, the Pentagon's already bought a whole bunch of Vulcan launches and expects two of those missions – USSF-106 and USSF-87 – to fly before the end of the year. That was back when Blue Origin had a BE-4 engine explode during acceptance testing — an engine that was intended for the Cert-2 launch.
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Read previewThe US Army tested its new strike missile against a moving sea target in the Pacific earlier this month. The recent strike marked a "significant milestone" in the development of the new Precision Strike Missile, the Army said. The PrSM, a next-generation long-range precision strike weapon, will eventually replace the older MGM-140 Army Tactical Missile Systems, or ATACMS. The exercise involved the US Army's prototype Autonomous Multi-Domain Launcher and two Precision Strike Missiles, which were "able to engage a moving maritime target in conjunction with other Joint assets." An Army Tactical Missile System during live-fire testing at White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico on December 14, 2021.
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The Pentagon announced the first winning bidders in its rocket launch contract sweepstakes on Thursday, with Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin grabbing a spot for the first time. Blue Origin's winning bid came as part of contracts awarded under the Pentagon's $5.6 billion National Security Space Launch program. Blue Origin, SpaceX, and ULA did not immediately respond to CNBC requests for comment. Under the program, known as NSSL Phase 3 Lane 1, the trio of companies will be eligible to compete for contracts through mid-2029. Blue Origin, as well as Northrop Grumman , missed out on Phase 2 when the Pentagon selected ULA and SpaceX for the program in August 2020.
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June's historical average return comes out at just 0.1% while July typically sees a 1.2% gain, according to Stovall. Summer exception This summer could prove to be an exception to the typical summer lull, given the upcoming presidential election, Stovall said, noting that the broad market index has posted an average 3.7% summer increase during the 19 election years since World War II. Ahead of this year's election, Stovall expects a few aerospace and defense contractors to stand out. Other areas of the market that should survive and thrive during a slow summer period are consumer staples companies, tobacco names, health-care distributors and pharmaceuticals, Stovall said. Costco and Walmart shares are up roughly 29% and 2% this year, respectively, posting strong returns as consumers have become more motivated by price and value in a high-inflation environment.
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In this article BA Follow your favorite stocks CREATE FREE ACCOUNTBoeing launched its first Starliner flight with astronauts on Wednesday, beginning a crucial final flight test of the long-delayed spacecraft. ET from Cape Canaveral, Florida with two NASA astronauts aboard. Starliner is carried by an United Launch Alliance's Atlas V rocket and bound for the International Space Station. Boeing's crew flight test aims to certify the Starliner system as capable of carrying NASA astronauts to-and-from the ISS. The capsule itself is built to carry as many as four NASA astronauts per flight and more than 200 pounds of research and cargo.
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CNN —Boeing’s Starliner mission will make a third attempt at launching its first crewed flight test Wednesday in a milestone that has been a decade in the making. Veteran NASA astronauts Butch Wilmore and Suni Williams are set to ride aboard the Starliner capsule on a journey that takes them to the International Space Station. Cory S Huston/NASAIf Starliner successfully lifts off, the astronauts will spend just over 24 hours traveling to the space station. The station’s really designed to be a closed loop.”Now, the urine has to be stored onboard in containers, so Starliner’s anticipated arrival to the space station can’t come soon enough. This mission could be the final major milestone before NASA deems Boeing’s Starliner spacecraft ready for routine operations to deliver astronauts and cargo to the space station.
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Around 1 in 5 US engineering students in a survey chose Lockheed Martin as an ideal employer. 1 employer on Universum's new ranking using what engineering students said. AdvertisementWhile the labor market is looking tough for job seekers, some US engineering students are thinking about hopefully landing work at Lockheed Martin, GE Aerospace, or Nvidia one day. These places ranked highly on a new ranking about the employers US engineering students most want to work for. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
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